Social Media Marketing in the Time of COVID-19
Social media marketing and small business management have changed in many drastic ways since 2020 started just a few short months ago. COVID-19 has brought with it a huge shift in the way many businesses are being run, whether that means all employees working from home, essential staff doing car runs to customers, or completely going dark through the quarantine season.
However you’ve been affected, you certainly have seen something shift in the way your business operates on a day-to-day basis. Please know that we are here for you through this. Social media, however small your touch with it may be, is an essential part of keeping your business alive through this tough time.
Marketing in a time of crisis is just as important as marketing during normalcy, if not more important. Customers need you right now and a great way to show them that you care is to keep yourself in their eye using social media. Posts about your supportive outreach can go a mile in helping customers bond with your brand. On the opposite end, keeping your feed running “as normal” can help to provide a stable environment for those people who can’t handle anymore crisis talk.
To help you succeed with social media in this time of Covid-19, we have created two comprehensive guides that we’re offering completely free.
Our Social Media Survival Guide: Building Your Networks & Directories can assist you in choosing which social media networks to really focus on right now. It includes tons of information about each major social network and online directory, including when and why to market there, how to set up a business account, and the top do’s and don’ts for success.
If your business is struggling to manage social media engagement like comments and direct messages, our Strategic Guide to Social Media Crisis Management for Businesses was designed to guide you through and help you get your pages back to normal.
If you are not in a place to DIY right now, our best-selling social media management services can help you through this time by keeping your social media pages relevant and active while we come out of quarantine and get back to our daily lives so that your sales pick up right where they left off.
We are here and have no plans to go anywhere, so feel free to reach out to our team with any questions or concerns. We wish you the best and thank you for your continued support. Happy socializing!
High fives all around,
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